Posted by: Kris Date: Monday, February 9, 2004, at 12:00 a.m. IP Address: pcp06586504pcs.nrockv01.md.comcast.net
In Response to:
Jerry Goldsmith's TIMELINE(MB)
> I've finally had a chance to hear Jerry's rejected score. You simply
> cannot compare this score with Tyler's, they are so different. While Tyler
> wrote an engaging bombastic score, Jerry's score is a much more enjoyable
> listening experience. The first eight or nine cues are absolutely gorgeous
> - a beautifull love theme(?) which progresses into a full orchestral
> peformance by the end of the score. The action cues are great too, the
> synth rythym sound (I can't describe it) from Legend is used and I found
> the action theme itself, although like his typical U.S Marshalls style is
> also reminicsant of the Goblin theme also from Legend. Others have said
> there is also a hint of Lionheart. I unfortunately havent heard Lionheart
> so cannot back that statement up.
> I certainly have no authority or the knowledge of scoring to be even
> reviewing these two scores. But I have to say that while Brian's score is
> a loud, robust and undeniably entertaining score, Jerry's comes out miles
> ahead and I'm sure most will agree once they've heard the Varese release.
> And when put against Jerry's other recent scores 1999 - 2003, this crushes
> them all. BUY THE DELUXE EDITION WHEN IT ARRIVES THANKS TO VARESE, YOU
> WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED.
oh man, I can't wait. Is this the release that is coming out on Feb 10th?
The big surpise from Varese?